15 Parks near Cle Elum, Washington
Aug 2016 - $35.00
The park handled the reservations well and the staff was helpful but not very knowledgeable about the CG sites. Most sites could level a MH but at least 3 sites could not. Leaving sites 7 -14 required passing a low fence on the right and tree branches on the left. Best to have spotter all the way around the club house. The water and electric were behind the coach which required moving the coach as far back as possible to reach them. The sewer connection was not screw in and located right next to the sitting area for the next coach. Required a warning when dumping the black tank.
The view from the coach was the number one fairway. Very enjoyable. The Golf course itself was great. I have stayed here before and I will be back. - Grizzd
Jul 2016 - $35.00
This is a small park that is part of a really nice golf course. It's a mile or so off the freeway, so it's fairly convenient. The setting is gorgeous. Sites are grass. Everything is very quiet and peaceful. A gem of an RV park when you're looking for a place crossing the pass. - Bruce of Port Ludlow
Oct 2015 - $40.00
This park is great if you like golfing. It is right on the 18 hole golf course. The sites are gravel and sloped down in front. A large MH will need wood ,blocks under the front tires to get level on most sites. Hook up in rear needs a long power line. - Fred M
Aug 2006 - $13.00
This campground is approx. 10 miles north of Virden on the 97. We stayed in a double site ($26.00 without Golden Age Pass)just so we could be on the creek. We stayed in 2-3 which is a beautiful lush green camp site with wildflowers everywhere. This area is located to the right of the pay station but be careful, there is no room to turn around if you are towing a car. I would walk it first to make sure that you will be able to get out ok. There is water and garbage service. This campground would be heaven if it wasn't so close to the highway but we did find that the road noise calmed down around 9pm. You can take on water near the picnic area which is on the right when you first come into the campground. You will need a water thief since the spigot is not threaded. A single site runs $13.00 a night. We would use it as a stop over again. - jannie5
Sep 2015 - $22.00
The 3 weeks we were there the men's bathroom garbage was overflowing the entire time since it was never emptied, and 1 toilet was leaking and instead of fixing it they taped it off. There is nothing special about this place. There seems to be junk every where. Welcome sign says manager cabin 6 when it actually a trailer. (very confusing). WiFi was horrible at best, and the basic TV only 4 channels came in clear. No bulletin board with local activities. - RVLifer1962
Sep 2015 - $22.00
Stayed here for an overnight when all 3 travel stops we planned to go to were full. Called at 6pm and they had space available.
Check-in process a bit confusing, if arriving after hours (?) you drive into the campground and go to cabin #6 (the owner's cabin) and they'll set you up from there. $22 gets you water and electric, no fuss no muss. Laundry and shower house are available, but we never used them. Hookups were easy and site was level. There is minimal road noise from State Rd 10, but we did hear a train a few times at night (nothing after we went to bed). Owner has said that there are a few sites saying that this campground has closed, but it's definitely open for business.
Campground appears to be mostly permanent residents, but never felt uneasy while walking around. This is a great option given the average cost in the area for a site ($35+) and the popularity (read: zero available spots) of truck stops in the area. We would stay here again for sure. - LanderWust
Jul 2016 - $31.00
This is a well kept rustic park right off I-90. Our pull through site was long enough, but narrow. The park is right on the Yakima River however there is a four foot berm so you have to go up on the berm to see the water. People were walking along the berm and it's wide enough to take your chairs up there. I got satellite. We did not have a sewer connection, but we were only staying for one night. There is an RV service facility on site. I don't know anything about it because we arrived late on Saturday. Next time I would stay for a couple of nights. - RVerMJ
Mar 2013 - $29.00
This is a small park with few sites suitable for big rigs, and although the interior road is a bit tight, with care you can maneuver into one of the two or three long grass and gravel pull-thrus. Lots of trees, but a fairly clear shot for the satellite, with fair Verizon cell and data reception. The free cable TV was extensive and clear. Fairly quiet, with a few long term RVs and friendly owners/hosts and a large store. Considering that there are no sewer hookups or WiFi, the nightly rate is at the top end of what we would expect for a park with few amenities. Anyone with a rig over 32' should probably call ahead for reservations since the larger sites are few. - Meanderman
Aug 2012 - $27.00
This is a great park for an overnight stop. There are only a few pull throughs that will accommodate larger rigs. There is lots of shade and its very nice camping among the trees. We enjoyed the river walk and did a loop around. You can also walk into town from the campground. Friendly, helpful staff at this park. Will stay again on our travels. - Idletime
Jul 2011 - $20.00
Quiet. Or it should be. Whipperwills (birds) in the evening. Big campsite. Long driveway to park easily (45 feet). Mostly tents, some RVs. Boon docked for 4 nights. - teddythedog
Aug 2006 - $16.00
This campground is located approx. 8 miles NW of Cle Elum on hwy 903. It is very shaded and lush, with sunlight filtering in through the trees. We found it to be very quiet and well maintained with just a few people there. Water and garbage service is provided. The sites were long enough to be able to get our 35' rv and we t-boned our car across the front of the site. Cle Elum lake is nearby where there is a boat launch and also picnic tables. The only problem was the lake was a good distance away from the campground and the picnic sites as well. Take mosquito repellent, they were hungry! - jannie5
Jul 2006 - $18.00
Took grandsons for the swimming pool. Pool not open, on the 4th of July. Campground extremely dusty. A tall fifth wheel will have trouble with tree branches in sites. Got a hole in my rubber roof two years ago , in a site there. Not recommended. I put don't know on the availability of swimming pool because you never know if it will be open - rehless
Aug 2016 - $40.00
We have been coming to lake Easton State Park for many years. It is very close to the I-90 freeway, but the noise from the highway really amounts to "white noise." Also there is a horsepower restriction on the lake, which eliminates the power boat and jet ski crowd. In the past we have canoed and sailed on the lake. There is swimming, but being a mountain lake the water is very cold year around. - RnBRV
Sep 2014 - $35.00
Nice paved site adjacent to beautiful Lake Easton - kayaker heaven. Pretty park but close to I-90. You can hear Lots of highway traffic all night. While our visit was in the shoulder season and peaceful, the large day use area and boat launch area look heavily used. - Janet H
May 2014 - $35.00
One of our favorite state parks in WA. We really enjoy camping here. The campground looks radically different than a few years ago due to the removal of a large number of trees that were diseased. While regrettable, the camp is now more open and sunny. We had a pull-through site (#19), which we normally prefer but the angle of pull through made for a very difficult positioning and hook-up. Next time, we will pick one of the large back in sites (>#21) as they look super easy to get in to. We hiked all the way around the lake, which is farther than most folks think - 5.2 miles. Great hike though, with lots of good views of the Cascades. Overall a great trip, with a couple of downsides: 1. The Park Rangers at this park are absolutely everywhere. I don't know why they are on such a power trip, but they are constantly patrolling armed to the teeth in SWAT-like gear. 2. The truck stop-like store across the highway, while very convenient, is a rip-off joint with outrageous prices and surly staff. Avoid it if possible. - Maqui Mike
Jul 2016 - $13.00
One of the reasons I downgraded this park was the trees. I don't like them! Yes, they give shade but that doesn't make up for the bird poop, leaves, low branches. Getting satellite here is next to impossible. Wifi is Tengo pay as you go. $1.50/24 hours, not unreasonable. I had a wifi adapter that increases range. Don't know how it would be without this, probably not too good. Some sites are very interesting to negotiate. There were MANY open sites but they parked a MH right next to us. I will never understand that philosophy. Very quiet. Good ATT. - vmi1962
Jul 2016 - $3.00
I really want to say something nice about this campground but it has little to recommend it.
It is a membership campground and maybe this is how the members like it.
The roads were very bad, tree limbs hung low and hit or brushed our roof while driving. You pay for Internet. We paid $5 for three days. There is no cable or over the air TV, most sites do not get satellite either. But, the trees are one of the park's good points. All sites but a few are 30 amp. The 50 amp sites do not have sewer. Many of the 30 amp sites do not have sewer either and those sites are reserved for members. - 12858
Jun 2016 - $30.00
This park is old and neglected. Great Location! Adjacent to the State Park and Snoqualmie Pass. Many of the sites are under large pine trees so Satellite reception is spotty. Many of the original sites are no longer in use. Nice two night stay. Right next to Interstate 90 They give you the combination to the gate which leads to the State Park next door. Close to Roslyn, WA, where Northern Exposure was filmed.
I imagine this place filled with snow machines during winter. - juustright
Aug 2014 - $9.00
Sawmill Flat Campground is located along the Naches River in the Northern Cascade Range of Washington. Forest Service campground. Lots of shade and level spaces. Nice overnighter to break up the move. We would stay here again. No lights, no water, dry camping. - Jim Lee
Sep 2016 - $10.00
The rate reflects a 50% federal senior pass discount. This is a National Forest Service campground managed by Thousand Trails Management Services. It is on the northwest shore of Kachess Lake in Okanogan-Wenatchee National Forest. Only a very few sites have lake views. It is about six miles off of I-90 on good, paved, but curvy, roads. It is heavily wooded, but some sites are somewhat open. Most sites are reservable, but about 40 sites are first-come. There is no dump station. There is water at faucets throughout the campground, but without threads, and we were prohibited from filling our tanks as it "drained their reserves." There is a dump at Easton State Park, about 13 miles away. There was a booth at the entrance with about the most unwelcoming "host" we have encountered in our 11 years of full-timing. The sites are fairly well-spaced with vegetation for visual separation. Be aware that some pull-through sites are often severely curved so that the stated length is somewhat deceptive. Also there are many "double sites" that cost twice as much, are not any different than the single sites, but they allow two camping units. The sites have picnic tables and fire pits with grills. We had very limited to no Verizon cell or data, even with our roof-top antenna and amplifier. We could get a good signal at the boat ramp. We were not able to get satellite, even with our portable dish, because of tree cover. The campground is about an hour from Seattle and is heavily used, particularly on weekends and holidays - lots of families and kids, so not that peaceful. The lake is the main feature here with a swimming beach. We had a good stay but the holiday weekend was very crowded and somewhat noisy. We would stay here again for an overnight or two, but because of limited activities this would not be a destination campground for us. - TheJim